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November 11th, 2003

After 30 years, the promise of e-paper will be tested

Thirty years in the making, and about to break through commercially into the retail sign market with a display technology offering by Gyricon LLC of Ann Arbor, Mich., electronic paper stands to revolutionize the way written communication is transmitted, displayed, updated and retained. United Press International talked to e-paper expert Yu Chen about advances in the field and their future implications.


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